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Crustaceans Disease Due Lernae sp

Ticks needle, or lice anchor a large fish parasite that often infects the fish. Fleas are generally more common in fish reared in ponds than in the aquarium. Known for his performances as fleas needle tends to resemble a needle stuck in the body of the fish attacked. While referred to as anchor ticks, because this animal stuck his head ...

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Impact Bacteria Vibrio sp. In Fish

Vibrio sp. are bacteria that are gram-negative, rod-shaped single-celled short crooked (comma) or straight, a length (1.4 to 5.0) μm and width (0.3 to 1.3) μm, motile, and have flagella polar. According pitogo et al., (1990), Vibrio species characteristic glow. Vibrio biochemical properties are oxidase positive, fermentative to glucose and sensisif to the test of O / 129 (Logan, 1994 ...

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Temperature Growth Factor Seaweed

External factors are factors that affect the growth of seaweed from outside the body. At planting seaweed external factors affecting the growth is from the ecological or live media seaweed. Water temperature is one factor that is very important in the study of physics symptoms seawater and waters which could affect animal and plant life in these waters. Water temperature ...

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Kebijakan Daerah Aliran Sungai

Pengelolaan sumber daya air dilaksanakan secara terpadu (multi sektoral), menyeluruh (hulu-hilir, kualitas-kuantitas, berkelanjutan (antar generasi)), berwawasan lingkungan dengan DAS (satuan wilayah hidrologis) sebagai kesatuan pengelolaan. Satu sungai, satu rencana, satu pengelolaan secara terpadu dengan memperhatikan sistem pemerintahan yang sekarang (desentralisasi) dapat ditentukan bahwa : 1) Satuan sungai dalam artian DAS yang merupakan kesatuan wilayah hidrologis yang dapat mencakup wilayah administratif ...

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Disease Due to Bacteria On Fish

A. Mycobacterium sp Mycobacterium sp. which is known as a cause of disease “fish tuberculosis” (Fish TB), is a rod-shaped bacterium, with a size of 0.2-0.6 x 1.0 to 10 μm, are gram positive weak, do not move, do not form spores or capsules and aerobic. These bacteria are often found in fresh and marine waters or soil with an ...

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Bacteria Attack On Fish Farming

A. Pasteurella piscicida Pasteurella piscicida is a short rod-shaped bacteria, measuring 0.6-1.2 x 0.8 to 2.6 μm, are gram-negative, do not move, do not make the capsule or spore and are facultative anaerobes. These bacteria can live in seawater environment with a temperature range for growth is 10-39 ° C. Generally isolated from fish can grow well at 25 o ...

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